Kingston SSDNow V+100 wants your work PC to fly

by Rafael Hernandez on November 1, 2010 · 0 comments

Ah the workplace computer. There’s no better ecosystem to see what the effects of various system management tools and other software can have on PC performance (hint: it’s not pretty). Kingston has announced their new SSDNow V+100 lineup of solid state drives, targeted at the corporate world, with capacities ranging from 64GB to 512GB with a nifty 96GB model slotted in there for those that actually enjoy loading up applications to their PCs. Of course there’s a case to be made for performance so they’ve improved their choice of flash controllers which pushes the drives to 230MB/s read and 180MB/s write speeds making it a potent solution in any computer regardless of its purpose. They’ve also tossed in automatic garbage collection which should let your drive perform as quickly as possible regardless of which OS you’re running.

As far as pricing goes you’ll find the 64GB variant at $220USD while the 96GB and 128GB models will set you back $274USD and $390USD respectively (all prices are MSRP). They also offer 256GB and 512GB versions which you’ll want to blackmail your IT staff for ($885USD and $1,885USD respectively).

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